Ideally located in Turner this 3 bedroom dual occupancy home is one not be missed. This property is perfect for Uni students and/or professionals as it is within walking distance to the local schools, shops, Duxton Pub and close to public transport, and is a short drive or bike ride to the City and ANU. located close to ANU, Canberra City and public transport.
Features: - Large living area/family room. - Spa bath. - Double carport. - Low maintenance gardens.
Open Homes will be listed by 5pm Thursday's.
You do not need to register to attend open homes, please send any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept 1Form applications and have Bolton & Co applications available upon request.Applications will not be accepted until you or an authorised representative have viewed the property.
Available: 04/02/2020 Pets: Tenants MUST seek written permission for approval of any pets. EER: N/A
Rent is calculated and payable calendar monthly.
Bond is equivalent to four weeks rent.
Please note that whilst our team has taken all care in providing this information, to the extent legally permissible Bolton & Co disclaims responsibility for omissions or inaccuracies. All interested parties should rely on their own enquiries, and the state of the property at the time of their inspection.
Available from 4 Feb 2020
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Unimproved Value:$1,138,000 (2018)
Leasing Team One
Bolton & Co O'Connor
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